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BSc Energy, Environment and Sustainability

Academic Year 2019/20

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Programme Title BSc Energy, Environment and Sustainability Final Award
(exit route if applicable for Postgraduate Taught Programmes)
Bachelor of Science
Programme Code EES-BSC-S UCAS Code HECoS Code 101078
ATAS Clearance Required No
Mode of Study Part Time
Type of Programme Single Honours Length of Programme 5 Academic Year(s) Total Credits for Programme 360
Exit Awards available

INSTITUTE INFORMATION

Teaching Institution

South West College

School/Department

Biological Sciences

Framework for Higher Education Qualification Level 
www.qaa.ac.uk

Level 6

QAA Benchmark Group
www.qaa.ac.uk/quality-code/subject-benchmark-statements

Biosciences (2007)

Accreditations (PSRB)

REGULATION INFORMATION

Does the Programme have any approved exemptions from the University General Regulations
(Please see General Regulations)

None

Programme Specific Regulations

Examinations
• The programme is governed by University regulations (General regulations, Book 1 of the Calendar).
• Progress between stages* is subject to University regulations. Students must pass at least 5 out of the six modules in each stage, including any compulsory modules. Students carrying a module from the previous stage must pass that module before progressing from their current year. (awaiting consultation with K King)
• Candidates for Honours normally enrol for six modules at each Stage.
Level 1 (NQF L4)
• In order to proceed to Level 2 students must have passed all prerequisites and normally have no more than 20 outstanding (i.e. .failed or incomplete) credits taken at Level 1. A mark at a higher level than a pass may be required, subject to approval of the Dean, as a prerequisite to entry to certain modules at Level 2, due to limits on numbers or other constraints.
Level 2 (NQF L5)
• In order to proceed to level 3 students must have passed or been granted credit for all 120 credits available at level 2 and must normally have passed all prerequisites and have no more than 20 outstanding (i.e. failed or incomplete) credits taken at level 2.
• At the end of level 2* students may be permitted by the Head of School, advised by the Pathway Board, to take an Ordinary BSc degree. (*300 credits)
Degree classification
• To be awarded an Honours degree, students must normally pass at least 16 out of the 18 modules attempted in levels 1, 2 and 3 including all modules in level 1.
• Classification of Honours is based on the average mark from the six modules or equivalent (120 CATS points) taken at level 3, contributing 60% of the final mark and the average mark from the six modules or equivalent (120 CATS points) taken at level 2, contributing 30% of the final mark, and the average mark from the six modules or equivalent (120CATS points) taken in level 1 contributing 10% of the final mark.

Students with protected characteristics

n/a

Are students subject to Fitness to Practise Regulations

(Please see General Regulations)

No

EDUCATIONAL AIMS OF PROGRAMME

On completion of the programme the student will be able to:

1. Understand the core principles of social, economic and environmental sustainability and a familiarity with the issues of sustainable development.

2. Demonstrate a knowledge and understanding of economic and environmental aspects of resource management and energy use.

3. Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of business principles and good environmental business practice.

4. Understand and apply basic engineering principles underpinning sustainable and renewable energy technologies.

5. Integrate the knowledge and understanding provided by this programme to develop an interdisciplinary approach to Energy, Environment and Sustainability

6. Devise, manage and critically evaluate research and project work.

7. Demonstrate competence in subject specific and key skills, problem solving and a professional approach to study and life-long learning.

8. Demonstrate an ethical, innovative and professional approach to work and the work environment.

9. Progress directly to graduate level employment in the energy, environmental and sustainability sectors and also unrelated industries.

LEARNING OUTCOMES

Learning Outcomes: Cognitive Skills

On the completion of this course successful students will be able to:

Conduct practical investigations competently and collect, collate, analyse, interpret and evaluate data, results and information in a logical manner

Teaching/Learning Methods and Strategies

Lectures and tutorials; class exercises and problem solving sessions; structured group and independent laboratory classes; guided independent study. Unseen problems are introduced at Levels 1 and 2 (NQF Levels 4 and 5) and increase in complexity into Level 3 (NQF Level 6) leading to the design of protocols and data acquisition to solve technical problems.

Methods of Assessment

Written examinations: C1 is assessed in examinations where students are asked to interpret and evaluate given data, results and information in a logical manner.
Project or extended experimental work: In Environmental Engineering; Renewable Energy Technologies 1 and 2; Engineering Principles and Applications; Environmental Modelling and Geospatial Analysis; Sustainable Waste and Waste Water Management; Environmental management and in their final Research project students will be required to conduct practical investigations competently and collect, collate, analyse, interpret and evaluate data, results and information in a logical manner. Students will be required to present these results in written assignments; in oral and poster presentations; in experimental reports and in their final Research Project dissertation;

Solve familiar and novel scientific and technical problems using a range of analytical and deductive techniques, appropriate technologies and through the application of knowledge and understanding provide practical solutions to problems by experimentation and observation

Teaching/Learning Methods and Strategies

Lectures and tutorials; class tests and problem solving sessions; structured group and independent laboratory classes; guided independent study. Unseen problems are introduced in all topics at Levels 1 and 2 (NQF Levels 4 and 5) and increase in complexity into Level 3 (NQF Level 6) leading to the design of protocols and data acquisition to solve research problems.

Methods of Assessment

Written examinations: C2 is assessed in examinations where students are asked to apply knowledge and understanding of theory to provide practical solutions to given familiar and novel scientific and technical problems.
Project or extended experimental work: In Environmental Engineering; Renewable Energy Technologies 1 and 2; Engineering Principles and Applications; Environmental Modelling and Geospatial Analysis; Sustainable Waste and Waste Water Management; Environmental management and in their final Research project students will be required solve familiar and novel scientific and technical problems using a range of analytical and deductive techniques, appropriate technologies and through the application of knowledge and understanding provide practical solutions to problems by experimentation and observation. Students will be required to present these solutions in written assignments; in oral and poster presentations; in experimental reports and in their final Research Project dissertation;

Use knowledge and understanding to develop reflective practices to evaluate own learning and performance; develop skills for self-guided learning and develop professional skills relevant to appropriate career pathway

Teaching/Learning Methods and Strategies

Lectures and tutorials; structured group and independent classes; research project; group problem solving exercises; guided independent study. Reflective practices are developed through feedback from student reports, tutorial work and formative/summative class tests. By Level 3 (NQF Level 6), students are applying reflective experimental design principles and protocols to their research project or extended practical programmes.

Methods of Assessment

Project or extended experimental work: In ALL modules students will be required to use knowledge and understanding to develop reflective practices to evaluate own learning and performance. Students will be required to reflect on their own learning and performance in written assignments; in oral and poster presentations; in experimental reports; in their work-placement report and in their final Research Project dissertation;

Critically evaluate information gathered from a range of resources to construct reasoned arguments.

Teaching/Learning Methods and Strategies

Lectures and tutorials; structured group and independent classes; research project; group problem solving exercises; guided independent study.

Methods of Assessment

Written Examinations: C4 will be assessed through written examinations where students are required to critically evaluate given information from a range of resources to construct reasoned arguments. Students will be required to critically evaluate this information, and to construct reasoned arguments in written assignments; in oral and poster presentations; in experimental reports and in their final Research Project dissertation;

Demonstrate good interpersonal skills; recognise and respect the views of others and apply an understanding of environmental and related ethical issues and considerations to professional practice

Teaching/Learning Methods and Strategies

Structured group study and independent classes; research project; group problem solving exercises.

Methods of Assessment

Written Examinations: C5 will be assessed though written examinations where students are required to apply an understanding of environmental and related ethical issues and considerations to professional practice, particularly in the field of Environmental Management; Business Innovation and Entrepreneurship and the Economics of the Environment; Dissertation; oral and poster presentations; experimental reports: Students will be required to demonstrate good interpersonal skills, and demonstrate the ability to recognise and respect the views of others when working on group presentations, posters and written assignments. Students will be required to demonstrate good interpersonal skills, and the ability to recognise and respect the views of others when producing group experimental reports. This applied particularly to modules in Environmental Engineering; Environmental management; Transition to a Low Carbon Economy and Business Innovation and Entrepreneurship.

Learning Outcomes: Transferable Skills

On the completion of this course successful students will be able to:

Use appropriate qualitative and quantitative techniques and ICT packages and solve numerical problems using ICT based and other techniques and critically and effectively use web based, on-line and other information sources.

Teaching/Learning Methods and Strategies

Lectures and workshops; structured group and independent classes; research project or extended project work; ICT, numeracy and literacy are developed through experimental and project reports as students’ progress from Level 1 to their Level 3 (NQF Level 6) project and dissertation.

Methods of Assessment

Written Examinations: T1 will be assessed by written examination in Engineering Principles and Applications. Students will be required to critically and effectively use appropriate qualitative and quantitative techniques and ICT and web-based packages as part of project or extended experimental work; dissertations; oral and poster presentations and experimental reports. Specific packages include GIS CADD and online statistical analysis tools.

Work effectively within a team based environment and employ and develop good interpersonal, communication and team working skills

Teaching/Learning Methods and Strategies

Research project or extended experimental work; group problem solving exercises. Team work starts in Level 1 where students work in groups in some of the classes.

Methods of Assessment

Project or extended experimental work: Students will be required to work effectively within a team based environment and employ and develop good interpersonal, communication and team working skills in all units, particularly: Study and Professional Skills; Environmental Modelling and Geospatial Analysis; Renewable Energy Technologies 1 and 2; Sustainable Waste and Wastewater Management and Transition to a Low Carbon Economy. Methods will include group and individual dissertations and oral and poster presentations.

Effectively apply problem-solving skills

Teaching/Learning Methods and Strategies

Lectures and tutorials; class activities and problem solving sessions; group problem solving exercises; guided independent study. Problem solving skills are central to this degree programme and are incorporated to a greater or lesser extent in all activities at all Stages.

Methods of Assessment

Written Examinations: Students will be required to apply acquired problem solving skills in written examinations in Introduction to Renewable Energy Technologies; Engineering Principles and Applications; Renewable Energy Technologies 2 and Environmental Management. Throughout the programme students will be required to demonstrate effective problem-solving skills, with an increasing level of complexity (and with increasing autonomy), as they progress from Level 1 to Level 3. This will apply to all project or extended experimental work; dissertations; oral and poster presentations and experimental reports.

Manage time effectively and prioritise workloads

Teaching/Learning Methods and Strategies

Research project or extended experimental work; coursework deadlines, project goals, milestones and submission targets provide a framework for developing these skills.

Methods of Assessment

Project or extended experimental work; project and dissertation: In the student Work Placement; Business Innovation and Entrepreneurship; Environmental Engineering and particularly in the final Research Project students are required to demonstrate that they can effectively manage their time and prioritise workloads.

Communicate effectively with a variety of audiences using a range of formats, and present reasoned arguments in an effective manner

Teaching/Learning Methods and Strategies

Research project or extended experimental work and dissertation; group problem solving; exercises; oral and poster presentations. Written and oral presentation skills are introduced at Level 1 and are developed further through Levels 2 and 3 (NQF Levels 5 and 6) with several modules requiring oral or poster presentations and written essays and dissertation.

Methods of Assessment

Project or extended experimental work dissertations; group and individual dissertations; oral and poster presentation: All modules requiring written assignment/dissertation require students to demonstrate the ability to effectively communicate reasoned arguments in an effective manner. Modules where students are required to present their work in poster or oral presentation formats (Renewable Energy Technologies 2; Policies for Environmental Sustainability; Sustainable Waste and Wastewater Management; Environmental Management; Work Placement; The Economics of the Environment; Transition to a Low Carbon Economy; Business Innovation and Entrepreneurship; Environmental Engineering and Research Project) require students to communicate effectively with a variety of audiences including tutors, industrial supervisors and their peers using a range of formats, and require students to demonstrate the ability to present reasoned arguments in an effective manner.

Prepare, process, interpret and present data using appropriate techniques; appreciate issues of sample selection, accuracy and precision and communicate information accurately and concisely by written and verbal means.

Teaching/Learning Methods and Strategies

Structured group classes and independent work; research project or extended experimental work and dissertation; class tests and problem solving sessions; guided independent study. The processing of information and data is developed from simple experimental results interpretation in Level 1 through to unknown data processing in the research project or extended practical work in Level 3 (NQF Level 6).

Methods of Assessment

Project or extended experimental work; project and dissertation; oral and poster presentations, assignments: T6 is assessed through group and individual practical experimental work reports in Engineering Principles and Applications; Introduction to Renewable Energy Technologies; Renewable Energy technologies 2 and Environmental Engineering. T6 is also assessed through practical scientific experimentation reports in Principles of Environmental Science; Sustainable Waste and Wastewater Management. In Environmental Modelling and Geospatial Analysis students must demonstrate the ability to prepare, process, interpret and present data using specialist software such as GIS CADD. In all instances students will be required to communicate information accurately and concisely by written and verbal means using poster and oral presentation techniques.

Learning Outcomes: Subject Specific

On the completion of this course successful students will be able to:

Read, understand, evaluate and assimilate new information and use acquired knowledge in a concise manner; and plan conduct and report on investigations including the use of secondary data; within various settings

Teaching/Learning Methods and Strategies

Lectures and tutorials; structured group and independent laboratory classes; research project or extended experimental work; essays and dissertation. The ability to extract, process, understand and critically analyse published material is a core key skill in this degree programme and the techniques are embedded into the course from Level 1 to 3 (NQF Levels 4 to 6)

Methods of Assessment

Written examinations: S1 will be assessed through written examinations where used as students will be required to read, understand, evaluate and assimilate new information in an exam setting and use this acquired knowledge in a concise manner in answering essay-based examination questions.
Project or extended experimental work; dissertation; experimental reports, assignments: Students will be required to demonstrate their ability to read, understand, evaluate and assimilate new information and use this acquired knowledge in a concise manner when undertaking research activities necessary to complete written assignments, project work (specifically: Environmental Engineering, Business Innovation and Entrepreneurship and final Research Project). Students will demonstrate the ability to plan, conduct, and report on investigations including the use of secondary data; within various settings in Introduction to Renewable Energy Technologies; Principles of Environmental Science; Environmental Modelling and Geospatial Analysis; Renewable Energy Technologies 2; Sustainable Waste and Wastewater Management; Environmental Management; Environmental Engineering and their Research Project. The use of oral and poster presentations to present work will be assessed in Renewable Energy Technologies 2; Policies for Environmental Sustainability; Sustainable Waste and Wastewater Management; Environmental Management; Work Placement; The Economics of the Environment; Transition to a Low Carbon Economy; Business Innovation and Entrepreneurship; Environmental Engineering and research project

Apply developed generic and subject specific IT skills; collect and record information or data on-line or in the library, and from own observations and summarise using appropriate qualitative and or quantitative techniques.

Teaching/Learning Methods and Strategies

Lectures and tutorial; IT and computer skills workshops; experimental reports; research project or extended experimental work; essays and dissertation; guided independent study. Basic IT skills for the production of professional reports using subject specific software, such as chemical structure drawing and data analysis, are introduced through workshops and computer-based classes and then developed through experimental reports and essays and dissertations

Methods of Assessment

Project or extended experimental work; dissertation; experimental reports; poster presentations, assignments: In written assignments and in technical and scientific reports students will be required to demonstrate their ability to develop and apply generic and subject specific IT skills; collect and record information or data on-line or in the library, and from own observations and summarise using appropriate qualitative and or quantitative techniques. Specific grading criteria for IT skills are embedded in written assignments, poster presentations, and technical report writing.

Be proficient in database and literature and information searching techniques, technical report writing and source referencing

Teaching/Learning Methods and Strategies

Essays; literature searching and research project or extended experimental work; dissertation; group problem solving exercises; guided independent study. Awareness of the body of published scientific work and the tools to interrogate and access that information begins in Level 1 and is developed to the point where students use the available search techniques routinely for their research project or extended practical work in Level 3 (NQF Level 6)

Methods of Assessment

Project or extended experimental work dissertation; oral and poster presentations, assignments: S3 will primarily be assessed through the final dissertation for the Research Project, but this learning outcome will also be assessed through evidence of effective research in all written and presentation assignments with specific grading criteria rewarding correct referencing techniques and proficient technical report writing ability.

Devise, plan and undertake surveys, field work and laboratory investigations in a responsible and safe manner, paying due attention to risk assessment, right of access, relevant health and safety legislations, legal requirements and sensitivity to the impact of investigations on the environment and stakeholders.

Teaching/Learning Methods and Strategies

Structured group classes and independent study; research project; field work and visits.

Methods of Assessment

Project or extended experimental work dissertations; group and individual dissertations; oral and poster presentations; experimental reports: Students must demonstrate the ability to devise, plan and undertake surveys, field work and laboratory investigations in a responsible and safe manner, paying due attention to risk assessment, right of access, relevant health and safety legislations, legal requirements and sensitivity to the impact of investigations on the environment and stakeholders when they conduct surveys, field work and laboratory investigation in the following modules: Introduction to SD and Environmental Protection; Principles of Environmental Science; Principles of Business and Economics; Environmental Modelling and Geospatial Analysis; Renewable Energy Technologies 2; Sustainable Waste and Wastewater Management; Environmental Management and Environmental Engineering. Students must include these aspects of field and laboratory investigations when presenting their reports in oral and poster presentations and in written experimental reports.

Learning Outcomes: Knowledge & Understanding

On the completion of this course successful students will be able to:

Demonstrate a conceptual and practical understanding of the fundamental theories, paradigms, concepts and principles of environmental science and earth systems

Teaching/Learning Methods and Strategies

Lectures and tutorials; structured group classes and independent study; field work and visits research project; dissertation.

Methods of Assessment

Written examinations: K1 is assessed by written examination where students are required to demonstrate a clear conceptual and practical understanding of the fundamental theories, paradigms, concepts and principles of environmental science and earth systems. Modules where this is assessed directly through a written examination: Introduction to SD and Environmental Protection; Principles of Environmental Science; Policies for Environmental Sustainability; Sustainable Waste and Wastewater Management and Environmental Management. Written assignments for these modules also assess Learning Outcome K1 directly.
Project or extended experimental work; dissertation; experimental reports: K1 is assessed through experimental reports, projects and dissertations in Principles of Environmental Science; Introduction to SD and Environmental Protection; Sustainable Waste and Wastewater Management; Environmental Management; Transition to a Low Carbon Economy and their final Research Project, where students are required to demonstrate a conceptual and practical understanding of the theories, paradigms, concepts and principles of environmental science and earth systems that underpin the impact of human and natural interaction with earth systems and the natural environment.

Demonstrate a knowledge of basic concepts and principles in engineering, energy use and renewable energy technologies and their applications

Teaching/Learning Methods and Strategies

Lectures and tutorials; structured group and independent classes, laboratory sessions and field work and visits; dissertation; guided independent study.

Methods of Assessment

Written examinations: K2 is assessed through written examinations in Introduction to Renewable Energy Technologies and Renewable Energy Technologies 2 where students are required to demonstrate a knowledge of basic concepts and principles in engineering, energy use and renewable energy technologies and their applications. These modules, and the Environmental Engineering module in particular, also require students to demonstrate knowledge of these concepts and principles through projects or extended experimental work dissertations; experimental reports and written assignments.

Demonstrate a conceptual and practical understanding of the fundamental theories, paradigms, concepts and principles of sustainability and sustainable development and sustainable environmental management and waste management

Teaching/Learning Methods and Strategies

Lectures and tutorials; structured group classes and independent study; field work and visits; research project; dissertation.

Methods of Assessment

Written examinations: K3 is assessed directly through examination questions in Introduction to Sustainable Development and Environmental Protection; Introduction to Renewable Energy Technologies; Principles of Business and Economics; Policies for Environmental Sustainability; Sustainable Waste and Wastewater Management; Environmental Management and The Economics of the Environment.
K3 is assessed through project or extended experimental work; dissertation; experimental reports and written assignments:
in Introduction to Sustainable Development and Environmental Protection; Introduction to Renewable Energy Technologies; Principles of Business and Economics; Study and Professional Skills; Renewable Energy Technologies 2; Policies for Environmental Sustainability; Sustainable Waste and Wastewater Management; Environmental Management; The Economics of the Environment; Transition to a Low Carbon Economy; Business Innovation and Entrepreneurship and the final Research Project, where students are required to demonstrate, variously, a conceptual and practical understanding of the fundamental theories, paradigms, concepts and principles of sustainability and sustainable development and sustainable environmental management and waste management, particularly as they relate to global, national and local sustainable development initiatives and progress

Understand the fundamental concepts of business and economic principles, entrepreneurship and innovation underpinning environmental enterprise and sustainable development

Teaching/Learning Methods and Strategies

Lectures and tutorials; structured group classes and independent study; laboratory sessions and field work and visits; dissertation.

Methods of Assessment

Written examinations: K3 is assessed directly through examination questions in Principles of Business and Economics and Business Innovation and Entrepreneurship. K3 is also assessed through project or extended experimental work dissertations; experimental reports and written assignments in Principles of Business and Economics; Business Innovation and Entrepreneurship; Study and Professional Skills; Environmental Management; The Economics of the Environment; Transition to a Low Carbon Economy; Environmental Engineering and the final Research Project, where students are required to demonstrate a clear understanding of these concepts as they relate to environmental enterprise and sustainable development projects and case studies.

Be proficient in data acquisition and use of a range of analytical instruments and software and be able to analyse, synthesise, summarise and critically evaluate information and consider issues from a range of interdisciplinary and multidisciplinary perspectives

Teaching/Learning Methods and Strategies

Structured group classes and independent study; research project or extended experimental work; group problem solving exercises.

Methods of Assessment

assessed directly through project or extended experimental work dissertations; group and individual dissertations; oral and poster presentations; experimental reports, where students are required to demonstrate autonomous proficiency in data and information management from a range of interdisciplinary and multidisciplinary sources and perspectives. This relates to most modules in this interdisciplinary and multidisciplinary programme, and will be assessed through dedicated grading criteria where relevant.

Integrate evidence from a range of sources to test findings and hypotheses, define complex problems and develop and evaluate possible solutions.

Teaching/Learning Methods and Strategies

Lectures and tutorials; structured group classes and independent study; dissertation.

Methods of Assessment

Written examinations: K6 is assessed directly through examination questions in Environmental Management and Sustainable Waste and Wastewater Management where students will be required to demonstrate that they can competently develop and evaluate possible solutions to given complex problems using a range of evidence form given sources to test findings and hypotheses. K6 is also assessed through project or extended experimental work; dissertation; experimental reports; and assignments in Environmental Management; Sustainable Waste and Wastewater Management; Policies for Environmental Sustainability; Transition to a Low Carbon Economy; Business Innovation and Entrepreneurship and Environmental Engineering.

Demonstrate a critical approach to academic literature, data and other sources of information

Teaching/Learning Methods and Strategies

Lectures and tutorials; group problem solving exercises; guided independent study, group exercises, field visits, case studies and project

Methods of Assessment

Project or extended experimental work; dissertation: K7 will be assessed directly throughout the programme where students are graded on their ability to apply proficient research skills and demonstrate their ability to critically evaluate information from a variety of sources. K7 will be assessed directly in the final Research Project where students must clearly demonstrate a critical approach to academic literature, data and other sources of information as an integral part of their final dissertation.

MODULE INFORMATION

Stages and Modules

Module Title Module Code Level/ stage Credits

Availability

Duration Pre-requisite

Assessment

S1 S2 Core Option Coursework % Practical % Examination %
Introduction to Sustainable Development and Environmental Protection SWC1101 1 20 YES 12 weeks N YES 60% 0% 40%
Introduction to Renewable Energy Technologies SWC1102 1 20 YES 12 weeks N YES 60% 0% 40%
Principles of Environmental Science SWC1201 1 20 YES 12 weeks N YES 60% 0% 40%
Principles of Business and Economics SWC1202 1 20 YES 12 weeks N YES 60% 0% 40%
Engineering Principles and Applications SWC1103 1 20 YES 12 weeks N YES 60% 0% 40%
Study & Professional Skills SWC1104 1 20 YES 12 weeks N YES 60% 0% 40%
Environmental Modelling and Geospatial Sustainability SWC2201 2 20 YES 12 weeks N YES 100% 0% 0%
Renewable Energy Technologies 2 SWC2202 2 20 YES 12 weeks N YES 60% 0% 40%
Policies for Environmental Sustainability SWC2101 2 20 YES 12 weeks N YES 60% 0% 40%
Sustainable Waste and Water Management SWC2102 2 20 YES 12 weeks N YES 60% 0% 40%
Environmental Management SWC2203 2 20 YES 12 weeks N YES 60% 0% 40%
Work Placement SWC2204 2 20 YES 2 weeks N YES 100% 0% 0%
The Economics of the Environme SWC3101 3 20 YES 12 weeks N YES 60% 40% 0%
Transistion to a Low Carbon Economy SWC3102 3 20 YES 12 weeks N YES 100% 0% 0%
Business Innovation and Entrepreneurship SWC3201 3 20 YES 12 weeks N YES 40% 0% 60%
Environmental Engineering SWC3202 3 20 YES 12 weeks N YES 100% 0% 0%
Research Project SWC3103 3 40 YES 2 weeks N YES 100% 0% 0%

Notes

For this part time course modules are to be taken as follows: Year 1 SWC1101, SWC1102, SWC1201, SWC1202 Year 2 SWC1103, SWC1104, SWC2201, SWC2202 Year 3 SWC2101, SWC2102, SWC2203 SWC2204 Year 4 SWC3101, SWC3102, SWC3201, SWC3202 Year 5 SWC3103 Students articulating from the FdSc Energy Environment and Sustainability begin in Year 2